acclimated[ ak-luh-meyt, uh-klahy-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF acclimated
Synonyms for acclimated
Antonyms for acclimated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCLIMATED
They were born here and are acclimated to it—we are strangers and aren't.
They are acclimated, born and reared in the southern climate.
There were several rare plants, also, that they had acclimated.
We had had time to learn the language and sort of get acclimated so we did very well there.
Everybody said he was "acclimated" now, and said it cheerfully.
It will not be necessary for him to get acclimated, but to pitch right in.
Their flesh is delicious; they also deserve to be acclimated.
They are small, but, having been acclimated, are sleek and well-conditioned.
After that his pains will subside, and a week will find him acclimated.
Tender and exotic varieties may be acclimated by grafting into indigenous stocks.